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Mueller did not find the Trump campaign conspired with Russia, attorney general says (lun., 25 mars 2019)
The special counsel’s report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, but it does not exonerate him either, according to a summary issued Sunday.
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Mueller report fallout: Trump, Russia, others react to Barr summary (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
A fierce debate continued Monday about the implications of a report that cleared Trump of coordinating with Russia during the 2016 presidential campaign but reached no conclusion about attempted obstruction of justice.
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The Technology 202: Talk of cable's demise 'drastically premature' as Apple dives into streaming, top lobbyist says (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Big Cable and Big Tech are "frenemies," according to NCTA's chief.
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The Energy 202: Rick Perry calls expanding nuclear energy “the real” Green New Deal (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
The financial boost comes amid debate in Washington over what to do about climate change.
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Legal experts question William Barr’s rationale for exonerating Trump (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Robert Mueller didn't exonerate Trump when it comes to obstruction, but the Trump-appointed attorney general did. And some experts say his rationale doesn't hold up.
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4 key takeaways from the Mueller report summary (Sun, 24 Mar 2019)
Key excerpts from what Attorney General William P. Barr released Sunday.
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Mueller’s report and Barr’s summary: What questions do you have? The Post will answer them. (Sun, 24 Mar 2019)
The Post will answer your questions about Attorney General William Barr's just-delivered letter on the Mueller report's principal conclusions.
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The Health 202: Why Congress isn't expanding virtual health care (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Hospitals say it saves them money but Congress's official scorekeeper isn't convinced.
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The Cybersecurity 202: Democrats call for full Mueller report release in the name of election security (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
It's another sign the fight over the Russia probe will continue.
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As opioid crisis explodes, few youths get drug treatment — especially youths of color (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
“Only a small percentage of youth who report pain reliever (including opioid) abuse or dependence receive addiction treatment, and youth of color are significantly less likely to receive treatment than their white peers,” says a new analysis of federal data.
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Power Up: Robert Mueller's probe is over. But Washington is still divided. (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
'Exoneration' is in the eye of the beholder.
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Legal experts question William Barr’s rationale for exonerating Trump (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Robert Mueller didn't exonerate Trump when it comes to obstruction, but the Trump-appointed attorney general did. And some experts say his rationale doesn't hold up.
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Trump is again criticizing the Fed. Could that hurt the U.S. credit rating? (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Countries pay an economic cost when politicians interfere with their central banks.
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For Democrats, the Mueller report turns their politics upside down (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Many questions remain, but House Democrats’ work will be viewed through a lens more favorable to Trump than before the special counsel report was released.
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Trump’s misleading spin on the 2018 GDP growth rate (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
The president says the media is manipulating the data, but the president himself is engaging in some cherry-picking to claim a 14-year high.
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How much of the Mueller report will the public see — and when? (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
A constitutional clash over that issue could arise between House Democrats and the Justice Department.
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Next in Washington after Mueller: More investigations, more division — and an election (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Mueller report may change little as both sides double down on their beliefs about Trump.
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Mueller’s punt on obstruction question throws issue into the political arena (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
The special counsel said he did not conclude whether President Trump committed a crime — but did not exonerate him.
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‘No collusion!’ goes from a defiant mantra to a rallying cry for Trump’s reelection (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
The president and his supporters moved quickly to capitalize on the findings of the Russia investigation.
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Mueller report summary puts matters in Congress’s court, key Democrat says (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Rep. Jerrold Nadler of New York, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said the next step is up to lawmakers.
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Trump’s allies celebrate ‘no collusion’ findings, while Democrats call for release of full report (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Some presidential contenders demand that the Justice Dept. make public the underlying evidence.
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Mueller did not find the Trump campaign conspired with Russia, attorney general says (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
The special counsel’s report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, but it does not exonerate him either, according to a summary issued Sunday.
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Hoyer delivers strong defense of U.S.-Israel alliance in veiled rebuke of Rep. Omar (Sun, 24 Mar 2019)
“When someone accuses American supporters of Israel of dual loyalty, I say: accuse me,” the House Majority Leader told the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s conference.
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The Trailer: What we learned about Buttigieg 2020 this weekend (Sun, 24 Mar 2019)
In this edition: The Pete Buttigieg moment, the Mueller report and voters, and not quite an AIPAC boycott.
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